05
Jan

CSCS Test Revision – General Responsibilities

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The CSCS test revision notes below will cover everything you need to revise for the “General Responsibilities” section of your CSCS test. To make the revision process quick and easy, we’ve highlighted all the main points you’ll need to know to answer the questions in your CSCS test. 1. An accident investigation is essential to […]

09
Oct

What is a Risk Assessment

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The process of managing risk involves thinking through the risks which may possibly occur in the workplace and implementing health and safety procedures designed to control the risks identified. Working definition of hazards and risks Hazard: ‘anything that could possibly cause harm’. For example, an open drawer, working at height using a ladder, use of […]

09
Jul

CSCS Revision Book

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Passing the CSCS Health and Safety Test is an absolutely essential part of obtaining a CSCS card. These role-specific cards identify an individual as being proficient in certain areas of workplace safety, the test itself provides an unparalleled level of insight into the various nuances involving workplace safety and is therefore quite thorough in the […]

01
Jul

Types of Fire Extinguishers

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Fire extinguishers are portable, hand-held devices that are used to control and eliminate small fires around the home or workplace. All extinguishers are charged to maintain a certain internal pressure and can provide between five and ten minutes of firefighting capabilities. Having easy access to these extinguishers is considered mandatory in many building safety codes […]

Latest Comments

  • Steve

    July 15, 2017 |

    How many do you need to get right to pass the test.
    Found this helpful revising

  • Aaron

    July 12, 2017 |

    I have my test on Friday and been using this website for revision hope all goes well for me

  • graham lee

    June 1, 2017 |

    got 42 out of 50,but now know where i went wrong,will do better next time.